Tustin DUI Lawyers
Charged with DUI in Orange County and Los Angeles County
If you have been charged with driving under the influence (DUI) in Orange County, Los Angeles County, or anywhere in Southern California, you need a skilled, experienced, and aggressive Orange County DUI lawyer on your side. At the Law Offices of Visco & Selyem, we have handled more than 10,000 cases and have obtained dismissals and acquittals for countless clients. We have handled all types of DUI cases, from first-time DUI charges to DUI while driving on a restricted license, and we know the law inside and out.
What Happens After a DUI Charge in California?
After being arrested for DUI, you will be taken to the local jail or police station where you will be asked to take a blood or breath test. Refusing to take the test can result in additional penalties. If you are over 21 and have prior convictions, you may be required to submit to a chemical test. If you are under 21, you will be required to submit to a chemical test regardless of prior convictions. The results of the test may be used against you in court. If you submit to the test, your Orange County DUI lawyer will be able to present evidence that the results were inaccurate due to the way the test was administered.
After being charged with DUI, you will need to retain an attorney right away. DUI cases are complex, and you will need an attorney who knows the law inside and out. At the Law Offices of Visco & Selyem, we have handled thousands of cases and have the experience and expertise you need to obtain the best outcome possible.
If you have been charged with DUI, contact the Law Offices of Visco & Selyem today. Contact us at (714) 908-9080to schedule a free initial consultation.
Types of Penalties for a DUI in California
If you are convicted of DUI, you will be required to pay fines, pay for the cost of your imprisonment, and install an ignition interlock device in your vehicle. You will also be required to attend a DUI program and may be required to have a breathalyzer installed in your home.
If you have prior convictions, you may be required to have an interlock device installed in your vehicle for a period of time. If you are under 21, you will be required to have an interlock device installed for a period of two years. If you are 21 or older, you may be required to have an interlock device installed for a period of one year. You may also be required to have an interlock device installed in your home for one year.
You Need an Experienced Orange County DUI Attorney
If you are facing DUI charges, you need an attorney who knows the law and can help you. At the Law Offices of Visco & Selyem, we know the law and how to defend clients facing DUI charges. We have handled thousands of cases and have obtained dismissals and acquittals for countless clients.